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Eccles Center of the British Library 19 October Event Photos

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David Edye, Lecturer in Politics, CAPA International Education, speaks to study abroad students at the “Is the Anglo-American Relationship Special?” session

Dr. Andrew Harris, Lecturer in Urban Studies and Geography, University College London, speaks to study abroad students at the “Creative Enterprise: Globalization, Art and Culture” session.

Dr. Jenny Owen, Head, Department of Culture Writing and Performance, London South Bank University, speaks to study abroad students at the “Creative Enterprise: Globalization, Art and Culture” session.

Dr. Kristin Dean, Assistant Director of Academic Programmes, CAPA International Education, speaks to study abroad students at the “Creative Enterprise: Globalization, Art and Culture” session.

    

Dr. Michael Woolf, Deputy President and Chief Academic Officer, CAPA International Education, speaks to study abroad students at the “Is the Anglo-American Relationship Special?” session.

Naomi Clayton, Senior Analyst, Centre for Cities Research Group, speaks to study abroad students at the “Transatlantic Perspectives on the Social City” session.

Philip Hatfield, Curator, Canadian and Caribbean Studies, The British Library,  speaks to study abroad students at the “Transatlantic Perspectives on the Social City” session.

Professor John Dumbrell, Durham University & author of A Special Relationship (2001) & editor of America’s Special Relationships (2009), speaks to study abroad students at the “Is the Anglo-American Relationship Special?” session.

 

 

 

 

Professor Loretta Lees, Chair, Cities Group, Department of Geography, King’s College London, speaks to study abroad students at the “Transatlantic Perspectives on the Social City” session.

Professor Philip Davies, Director, Eccles Centre for American Studies, The British Library, speaks to study abroad students at the “Is the Anglo-American Relationship Special?” session

Professor Rob Imrie, Cities Group, Department of Geography, King’s College London, speaks to study abroad students at the “Transatlantic Perspectives on the Social City” session 

Professor Sir Robert Worcester, Chancellor, University of Kent; Founder of Market & Opinion Research International (MORI), speaks to study abroad students at the “Is the Anglo-American Relationship Special?” session.

 

 

 

 

Professor Stephen Burman, Sussex University and Foreign Office Senior Analyst for the USA, speaks to study abroad students at the “Is the Anglo-American Relationship Special?” session.

Left to right: Philip Hatfield, Curator, Canadian and Caribbean Studies, The British Library; Professor Rob Imrie, Cities Group, Department of Geography, King’s College London; Professor Loretta Lees, Chair, Cities Group, Department of Geography, King’s College London; Naomi Clayton, Senior Analyst, Centre for Cities Research Group.  All four participated in the ““Transatlantic Perspectives on the Social City” session.

Left to right: Professor Sir Robert Worcester, Chancellor, University of Kent; Founder of Market & Opinion Research International (MORI);  David Edye, Lecturer in Politics, CAPA International Education; Professor Stephen Burman, Sussex University and Foreign Office Senior Analyst for the USA; Professor John Dumbrell, Durham University & author of A Special Relationship (2001) & editor of America’s Special Relationships (2009).  All four participated in the “Is the Anglo-American Relationship Special?” session.

Study abroad students listen to the presentations given at the Global Cities, Globalization and the Transatlantic World Symposium.

 

 

 

 

Study abroad students mingle before the Global Cities, Globalization and the Transatlantic World Symposium.

Study abroad students listen to the presentations given at the Global Cities, Globalization and the Transatlantic World Symposium.

Dr. Michael Woolf, Deputy President and Chief Academic Officer, CAPA International Education (left) speaks to Professor Philip Davies, Director, Eccles Centre for American Studies, The British Library (center) and John Christian, president and CEO of CAPA International Education (right).

Brian P. Waterson, Organization Development Manager of CAPA International Education (left) and John Christian, president and CEO of CAPA International Education (right).

 

 

 

 

Dr. Michael Woolf, Deputy President and Chief Academic Officer, CAPA International Education (left) and John Christian, president and CEO of CAPA International Education (right).

(Left to Right) Dr. Michael Woolf, Deputy President and Chief Academic Officer, CAPA International Education, Professor Sir Robert Worcester, Chancellor, University of Kent; Founder of Market & Opinion Research International (MORI), and John Christian, president and CEO of CAPA International Education.

 

 

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